Siddartha’s rainbow

Every human being is god himself, but it does not understand its true self, and it is constantly engulfed by the influence of its mind, its intellect, which you call as a great illusion, says Vamsi Krishna.

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The sense of Mr. Vamsi’s words in English is that everybody is god, but nobody knows own true self or god part, because every person lives under own mind or brains, and these are illusions.

To children, a rainbow is something vivid and real; but the grown-ups know that it is merely an illusion caused by certain rays of light and drops of water, is a quote from a Buddhist teaching to deny people have souls.[1]

■→Rainbows are physical phenomena and thus they are absolutely real, only not easy to touch; but to say a rainbow is real does not prove the human soul: the spiritual dimension would not belong to the physical world.

Whether a human being would be saying everybody is god (a word in a dictionary), or that human souls are not physical and thus are not existent (languages and dictionaries too), unless the person wants to beguile us, they think what they say. You do not believe something if you do not think it.

For an idea or thought to exist, it needs to be. ■→Vocabulary can be of help, to consider ■→Anatta or another Buddhist belief with regard to the verb to be. Let us mind, entire collections of teachings were attributed to Siddhartha from reportedly a tradition that was ■→spoken, and ■→first committed to writing about 400 years after the Buddha’s death. The copies people have today are still younger and by no means ■→autographs by the Buddha or his disciples.

Even the Buddha’s language is uncertain, speculation pointing to Middle Indo-Aryan dialects and particularly ■→Pali. The time the writings emerged is not known. It might have been late Middle Ages, the ■→Middle Indo-Aryan period to have ended around 1500 after Christ.

■→Upanishadic concepts are worded today as,
□ All psycho-physical processes (skandhas) are impermanent;
□ If there were a self, it would be permanent;
□ If the self existed it would be the part of the person that performs the executive function, the “controller”;
□ The self could never desire that it be changed (“anti-reflexivity principle”);
□ Each of the five kinds of psycho-physical elements is such that one can desire that it be changed.
The Upanishadic conclusion is ― There is no self.

A skandha means a heap, aggregate, collection, or grouping. In Buddhism, the word heap refers to five aggregates, says ■→Wikipedia, that “constitute and completely explain mental and physical existence of sentient beings”. You add up the five or merge them and you get a human being, they say.

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These five Buddhist aggregates or heaps would be: (1) rupa, the form, matter, or body; (2) vedana, sensations or feelings received from form; (3) samjna, perceptions; (4) sankhara mental activity or formations; (5) vijnana, consciousness.

(1) The first skandha brings form, matter, and body under one term, rupa. If I carve a real word of whatever real language in wood, and then I also write it in ink or print it out, it remains the same bodily representation in form, and it becomes different bodily representations in material realization. The skandha does not make an entity, therefore, there is not really any way to use the verb to be for it.

(2) The second skandha generalizes feeling and emotion into “sensations received from form”, vedana. Since the Buddhist form would belong under the same term with body and matter (rupa), a prod would be the same as a sentiment, whereas feelings, not being vegetative, would be “non-existent”. Aesthetic pleasure not to be the same as ■→somesthesia, and to have been one of the most powerful motivating factors in human history and civilization — the verb to be would break the skandha into at least two ideas.

(3) The third skandha separates perception, samjna, from (4) activity of own mind, sankhara, and (5) consciousness, vijnana. Since there would be no point discussing perception in an anesthetized human being, the verb to be does not apply as well.

The word ■→gautama to mean also poison, the vocabulary brings juxtaposition; we may compare the Spoken Sanskrit for ■→skandha, ■→rupa, ■→vedana, ■→samjna, ■→sankhara, ■→vijnana.

The word form “skandha” alone may bring senses such as a branch, a war, or evil as well as religion, skandhā-pasmāra to mean a demon causing a particular disease, and skandha-şaşthīvrata to mean a particular religious observance. The skandhas do not look ideas I would say “that is a thought”, about.


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Most people allow for afterlife, as considering oneself a biological robot is not really agreeable — that is not a thought. Everyone knows that physical mortality is certain; but there is no knowledge of non-material existence on Earth.

Alfred van den Bosch has the word love for a generic idea for hope:
Love is the glue of the universe, he says.

David Icke adds an antonym, to embrace it all with impersonal “cognizance”: we all live as droplets in an ocean of consciousness, he claims.

And all it is, as everything else is, a choice. A choice between fear and love, says Mr. Icke.

It would be a book classic for the bipolar disorder, but mental care has been spotted for political involvement. Literature can be a neutral ground to let note that Mr. Icke is most likely the first Briton to claim that Shakespeare would not make it even for a fish pond.

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The fear is a lack of being all powerful. Being anything less than an infinite love, puts us into a state of fear, says George Neo.

Acintya Govinda Das, an Australian Vedic historian, explains how the Earth continues to transition through Iron, Bronze, Silver, and Golden cycles:
In the Silver time, evil lives over the ocean. In the Golden, evil goes to live on another planet, and people get a lot of that Gold.

The story of metal times is reminiscent of the ■→edict of expulsion, by English king Edward I. Evil living in people might be your metaphor, if you are ethnically intolerant and live in an environment of changing proportion, with regard to people at power. The king banished Jews over financial influence.

Only “seriously mystic Yogis” are to live in the Golden stage, says Mr. Das, but to get there, you need to mind who could be “meddling with your mind”. In this context, the movie shows the US Great Seal.

We have to become aware of who’s meddling in our minds. Our mind is our biggest problem, when it is not under our control, says Mr. Das.

Fell welcome to read ■→A New People, about the USA Great Seal. There has been a degree of misunderstanding about the motto, but the Seal actually only tells a new nation has become.


Mr. Bonacci says that death of the mortal body is a “non-event”.

If we continued to teach our original, nature religion, and we didn’t stop with the advent of Christianity, we would know that death of our mortal body is a non-event, claims Mr. Bonacci.

Gregg Braden purports that people watching the news on September 11 produced an emanation that altered the Earth’s electromagnetic field. He shows a graph, as a classified reading in nanotesla by NASA.

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I have never had access to secret or classified data, but I also never have seen a “NASA anonymous”, that is, an illustration or graph without a note on authors or agency. I browse pictures of the cosmos sometimes, to relax.

■→Nano means one billionth. The MRI spectrum is 0.5 to 3.0 tesla, or 5-30 gauss, for cellular function imaging. The human being would not make a proud comparison against an electrolytic battery, if to have Gregg Braden’s quantities for the result.

On the cellular level, Bud Barber says he can perceive cosmic energies as vibrations in his body.

The reason (for cosmic impulses) is the same a cell in your body puts out vibrations, within that cell, to make sure that the cell is a whole, is “operating on the same page”, he says.

On the side of desirability, Vamsi Krishna admits to experiencing adverse effects:
…a human being is “bombarded” with unwanted thoughts constantly, during the day, which depletes his mental energies. It causes a drain of physical energy.

 

The sake of objectivity requires that I mention microwave technologies, only recently to have become revealed to the public. Some of the experiences described above, as influence inside own body or exhaustion, do match descriptions of microwave effects.

Feel also welcome to read about Poland, ■→The toolbox republic.


…There is nothing more to us than just those skandhas, Wikipedia quotes Mark Siderits.[2]

Buddha starved to meditate, and the spoken tradition tells he even fainted during the practice. His might have been an early reasoning on stochastic and deterministic modes of brain neural networks. The modes are standard human neurophysiology. We can perceive them without hunger, stress, vibration, “bombardment”, or any religious reference, to help own language study. Feel welcome to try:
■→Grammar Weblog, Mind practice.

And the human ego or self? The starving Buddha might have lost his somesthesia. Dependent on the translation, his saying there is no self would be as that to tell you do not have the body in the “other dimension”, you do not feel your body anymore, after you die. Today, in the language of play or science fiction, we “vanish” or “disappear” mostly with regard to visibility of our physical bodies in a specific place. For the ego, personality, or soul after death, evidently there is no way to know.

Endnotes

[1] What Buddhists Believe: Is There Eternal Soul? Screenshot | live page.
[2] Buddhist philosophy, Mark Siderits: “What the Buddhist has in mind is that on one occasion one part of the person might perform the executive function, on another occasion another part might do so. This would make it possible for every part to be subject to control without there being any part that always fills the role of controller (and so is the self). This would explain how it’s possible for us to seek to change any of the skandhas while there is nothing more to us than just those skandhas.” Screenshot | live page.
Feel welcome to compare ■→Human brains, parameters, and devices: The brain does not have a superior structure we could call “the boss”. Brains make inner networks. One time, one network or its part is more active. Another time, it is another network or part of a network. More→


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